4-5 February 2011
Asia/Tokyo timezone

The PARIS project – status and next steps

4 Feb 2011, 16:00
Nishina Hall (RIKEN)

Nishina Hall



Prof. Adam Maj (IFJ PAN)


The PARIS (acronym for Photon Array for studies with Radioactive Ion and Stable beams) project aims at building an innovative gamma-array, playing the role of an energy-spin spectrometer, a calorimeter for high-energy photons and a medium-resolution γ-detector. The design of PARIS envisages a device using two shells: the most advanced scintillator technology, LaBr3(Ce) crystals, for the inner volume offering simultaneously high efficiency and relatively good energy resolution; and more conventional techniques, e.g. NaI crystals, for the outer shell.

In the talk the flag-ship physics cases driving the PARIS project will be reported, the status of the project will be presented and the most probably next steps will be discussed.

Primary author

Prof. Adam Maj (IFJ PAN)

Presentation Materials